Texas GOP Rep. Will Hurd: Border wall "least effective" for security, need technology
Friday, 18 January 2019 The partial government shutdown is now in its 28th day – with no talks planned to break the stalemate over funding for a border wall. House Democrats have voted to reopen government agencies, but the president has said he won't open the government without wall money. A few House Republicans are backing the Democrats, including Rep. Will Hurd of Texas. He's the only GOP member representing a district along the southern border, and it happens to include more of the border than any other district. Hurd joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why he opposes President Trump's proposal to build a wall.
The highly debatable and controversial topic of border wall funding continues. News 10 wanted to know how people right here in the Wabash Valley felt about border security. We spoke to two people who..
Republicans urged President Donald Trump on Tuesday to support a deal by congressional negotiators on border security that denied funding for a U.S.-Mexican border wall. Reuters reports Trump said he..
According to Politico, a group of top GOP leaders are lobbying U.S. President Donald Trump to support a newly drafted spending bill that would avert another government shutdown.
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EL PASO, Texas (AP) — President Donald Trump charged ahead with his pledge to build a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border, skimming over the details of lawmakers’... Seattle Times Also reported by •USATODAY.com •Japan Today
Congressional leaders were meeting on Monday to discuss the border security funding plan and avoid another partial government shutdown in the United States... WorldNews Also reported by •Terra Daily •Firstpost